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The Tonga women’s national team kept their dream of winning Pacific Mini Games gold alive overnight after beating Solomon Islands 3-1 at Korman Stadium. It was the outcome coach Christian Koaneti had been hoping for after a first-up defeat…

Vanuatu continued their dominance at the Pacific Mini Games overnight as they downed Tonga 5-0 to secure their second win of the tournament, while Solomon Islands and Fiji played out a goalless draw. Once again Tonga conceded quite early…

Both Fiji and the Solomon Islands secured big wins in their opening Pacific Mini Games matches, but their respective coaches believe their team has plenty more to give when they meet for their second match tonight. Fiji coach Christophe…

OFC Associate Member Tuvalu caused a major upset at the Pacific Mini Games yesterday when they defeated New Caledonia’s U-21 side 2-1 in their second match of the competition. It was an historic result for the nation of just…

A comprehensive 5-0 victory for Vanuatu’s women’s football team over Solomon Islands on the opening day of the Pacific Mini Games women’s football tournament will prove a confidence boost for the side as they hope to secure gold on…

Fiji and Solomon Islands opened their Pacific Mini Games campaigns with 8-0 victories over Tuvalu and Tonga respectively as the football competition in Vanuatu got underway on Saturday. Home side Vanuatu also started with a win thanks to a…

Women’s football development will be at the forefront of the Pacific Mini Games women’s tournament as Van2017 Local Organising Committee announces its “development of women in sport” legacy programme. In order to address one of its key Sustainable Development…

The Pacific Mini Games will get underway in Vanuatu tomorrow with men’s football leading the way ahead of the official opening ceremony at Korman Stadium on 4 December. Six men’s teams have entered the competition; Fiji, New Caledonia, Solomon…